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Executive Functions in Persons with Sleep Apnea
Seventeen patients with sleep apnea syndrome [SAS, Respiratory Disturbance Index (RDI) = 12−85] were compared with 16 normal controls (RDI < 7) on neuropsychological tests of executive functions, aExpand
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The Blackwell Dictionary of Neuropsychology
  • N. Adams
  • Psychology
  • Neurology
  • 1 September 1997
The Blackwell Dictionary of Neuropsychology edited by J. Graham Beaumont, Pamela M. Kenealy, and Marcus J.C. Rogers , 780 pp., ill., Oxford, Blackwell Publishers, 1996, $95.00 The editors andExpand
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An Examination of Some Forces Affecting English Educational Policies in India: 1780-1850.
IN ENGLAND during the last thirty or forty years of the eighteenth century, a body of political theory was gradually developed in support of government action in the field of education. With theExpand
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Obtaining ergonomics information about industrial injuries: A five-year analysis.
An injury report from designed for use in a large strip and sheet steel processing plant incorporated check lists intended to yield detailed ergonomics data. Analyses of almost 10 000 injuriesExpand
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Neurobehavioral changes with caudate lesions
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Microwave fixation of marine invertebrates
Abstract Marine invertebrates may be rapidly fixed for histological examination using microwave irradiation generated by household microwave ovens. Ten-second irradiation of whole intact clams gaveExpand
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Evaluation of a model of attention with confirmatory factor analysis.
Structural equation modeling (specifically, analysis of moment structures; J. L. Arbuckle, 1996) was used to evaluate the goodness of fit of a model of components of attention (A. F. Mirsky, B. J.Expand
"The New Educational Technology"
Territoriality in Tamias striatus.